Trading hours Stock Exchange Sweden

Sweden is a social country that is doing very well in many areas. The stock market of Sweden  can therefore be an interesting place to invest. Sweden’s stock exchange is also called the Nasdaq Stockholm and is located in the country’s capital. Are you curious about the opening hours of Sweden’s stock exchange? Would you like to know on which special days the Stockholm Stock Exchange closes? Then you are at the right address on this page.

What are the trading hours of the Swedish Stock Exchange?

The Stock Exchange in Sweden is only open on weekdays. You can therefore invest in Swedish shares from Monday to Friday. The opening hours of the Stock Exchange of Sweden are 9:00 to 17:25. Outside these hours you can sometimes trade in Swedish shares in the pre- or post-market stock exchanges. This is often more expensive due to the lower number of investors.

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When does Sweden’s stock exchange open/close?

In the timer below you can see when the Stock Exchange will open or close again. This way you are always ready for a new trading session!

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On what days will Sweden’s stock exchange close?

The Stock Exchange in Sweden closes in all weekends. In addition, the Stock Exchange of Sweden will also close during the following special days:


  • 1 January – New Year’s Day
  • 2 April – Good Friday
  • 5 April – Easter
  • 13 May – Ascension day
  • 25 June – Midsummer Day
  • 24 December – Christmas
  • 31 December – New Year


  • 1 January 2020 – New Year’s Day
  • 6 January 2020 – Epiphany
  • 10 April 2020 – Good Friday
  • 13 April 2020 – Easter Monday
  • 1 May 2020 – Labour Day
  • 21 May 2020 – Ascension day
  • 19 June 2020 – Midsummer Day
  • 24 & 25 December 2020 – Christmas

There are also days on which the Swedish stock exchange closes earlier. The stock exchange closes at 13:00. on these special days. Below is an overview of the dates on which the stock exchange closes earlier:

  • 9 April 2020 – Good Friday
  • 30 April 2020 – Walpurgis Night
  • 20 May 2020 – Ascension Day
  • 30 October 2020 – All Saints’ Day

Opening hours OMX Stockholm 30

You can also invest in Sweden by trading in the OMX Stockholm 30. This is an index that contains the 30 most traded shares. In this way, you can easily follow the Swedish economy. The trading hours of the OMX Stockholm 30 are completely identical to those of the Swedish stock exchange.

Do you want to invest in Sweden yourself?

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Below you can see an overview of brokers that make investing in Sweden possible. Choose a party where you can do this against low fees. This allows you to achieve a better return!

What currency is used on the Swedish stock exchange?

Shares on the Swedish stock exchange are traded in the Swedish króna. Bear in mind that your investment may decrease in value if your currency becomes stronger in relation to Sweden’s currency.

Where can you find the Stock Exchange in Sweden?

The Stock Exchange of Sweden can be found in Stockholm which is the capital of Sweden. You can visit the website of the Stock Exchange here. The full address details are here:

Tullvaktsvägen 15115 56 Stockholm, Sweden

You can also reach the Stock Exchange via iss@nasdaqomx.comor +46 8 405 60 00.

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